Geneseo Maker Festival: Call for Makers 2019
Welcome! To apply, please submit this completed form by midnight on February 28, 2019. All applicants will be notified about their proposal status via email by March 8, 2019. To view a pdf of the full application visit this site -

Please note — we require that all stations and workshops have an interactive element and highlight the process of making. We will not accept proposals from participants/vendors whose sole purpose is to sell their materials.

We have a small budget to help student makers purchase materials or supplies for their station or workshop. If you need financial assistance, you will be prompted to give detailed information about your anticipated needs in this application.

As you fill out this application please do your best to provide us with as much descriptive information as possible. We understand that as you finalize your plans, your needs may change.

Email address *
1. Type of proposal *
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2. Station/workshop name or title *
Your answer
3. Full description (remains private, not published) *
This information is for the review committee. Explain what your project/presentation is and describe in detail what you will actually be bringing to Geneseo Maker Fest. This information will not be made public.
Your answer
4. Short description (made public, shown on Geneseo Maker Fest website) *
Response limited to 250 characters or less. This information will be used in promoting your station or workshop and is intended for the Geneseo Maker Fest audience.
Your answer
5a. Does your station/workshop include a hands-on or interactive component? *
5b. Please describe in detail your hands-on activity or interactive component
Your answer
6. Space requirement for stations *
7. Does your station/workshop require power? *
8. Internet requirements *
9. Please list any other needs you may have to implement your station/workshop
For example, water, power strips, etc. We will do our best to accommodate reasonable requests.
Your answer
10. Does your station or workshop involve sharp or hot tools, fire or flame, climbing, or any other interactions that could be considered a safety risk? *
11. Will your station/workshop produce any waste? *
Waste is anything you expect to dispose of during the Geneseo Maker Fest, such as recyclables, compostables, garbage, reuseable/donatable items, and water.
12. If you responded yes to question #10, or #11 please provide a more detailed response.
Provide us with enough details so that we can mitigate safety risks and manage waste disposal.
Your answer
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